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The breadth of international law and institutions in contemporary global politics means it is no longer possible to make sense of international politics without understanding international law. International Law for International Relations provides students with comprehensive coverage thatmaps out the different ways to approach the study of international law. It explains the institutions and main sources of international law-making and identifies the key topics of international law. This is the ideal text for students of international relations who have not previously studied law andpost-graduate students of any background tackling international law for the first time. The complexities of international law are presented in an accessible, animated way allowing students to appreciate the significance of international law in international relations.Online resource centre includes:For students: * Flash card glossary * Problem solving questions * Web links * Revision tipsFor lecturers* Power point presentations * Essay and exam questions database
Edited by Basak Cali, Lecturer in Human Rights Department of Political Science, University College London
Table of Contents
|Studying International Law|
|International Law and International Relations: Foundations for Interdisciplinary Study|
|Perspectives on International Law in International Relations|
|Basic Principles of International Law: A Historical Perspective|
|Perspectives on International Relations in International Law|
|Identifying International Law|
|Customary International Law|
|Non-governmental Organisations and International Law|
|International Courts and Tribunals|
|Topics in International Law|
|Recognition of States, Self Determination and Secession|
|Use of Force and Terrorism|
|International Humanitarian Law|
|International Criminal Law|
|International Human Rights Law|
|International Law and the Protection of the Environment|
|International Law and World Trade|
|International Law and Global Justice|
|International Law and International Relations: What are the prospects for the future?|
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